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Scaletta Armoring Wins Homeland Security Award

SMALL BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD GIVEN FOR OUTSTANDING WORK IN SUPPORT OF U.S. SECRET SERVICE

CHICAGO, Ill., April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Scaletta Armoring was honored on April 15, 2014 as a recipient of the 2014 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Small Business Achievement Award. Scaletta Armoring supplies armored passenger vehicles and other mobile security solutions to government clients and at-risk corporate leaders.

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The DHS Small Business Achievement Award recognized Scaletta's outstanding work in support of the United States Secret Service. "We are truly honored to receive this prestigious award," said Suzanne Scaletta, President of Scaletta Armoring, who accepted the award in Washington. "We're proud of our team and the commitment and hard work they demonstrate every day: they know that what they do helps protect lives the world over. And we're thankful for being nominated by the United States Secret Service, and for the trust they have in us."

The annual DHS Small Business Achievement Award recognizes a select group of small businesses from across the country for their exceptional contributions to the homeland security mission. The DHS Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization sponsored the award in partnership with other procurement offices.

Scaletta Armoring is a long-standing industry leader in mobile ballistic and blast protection. Last year the company celebrated it's twentieth year in vehicle armoring.

Media Contact: Public Relations, Scaletta Armoring, 708-924-0099, [email protected]

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